|[poli074] March Rosetta | The Equivalent - March Rosetta|
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|March Rosetta - Late in Time (ca186) - March Rosetta|
‘Late in Time’ is a collection of 10 new songs by March Rosetta. The central theme of the album is human relationships, and the lyrics - sometimes surreal and multi-faceted, sometimes honest and direct - weave strongly autobiographical material with more general reflections upon love and love lost, death, money, politics and sex. Though written originally as a set of songs for voice and piano, the musical styles on the finished album are wide, traveling from jazz to electronica, new wave and...
Keywords: electronica; alternative; new wave; electro-jazz; minimalism; lyrical; other
Downloads: 24,975 (2 reviews)
|March Rosetta - To Wash Against the Hudson River Running (ca179) - March Rosetta|
‘To Wash Against the Hudson River Running’ (2008) is an album of avant-garde music that explores the extremes of sound and silence, and the darkness of mankind's dual nature. “My intention was to remove from much of the music all that can define it from just ‘sound’ – to weaken the sense of rhythm, pitch, melody and tonality and instead focus on how sound emerges from silence and from other sound, how it reverberates and disperses across the frequencies of the stereo field, and then ...
Keywords: abstract; avant-garde; grunge; tape music; minimalism; sound collage
|netBloc Vol. 30: aldartea - netBloc Artists|
Love of music is what the netBloc series is about. It’s not about hatred of the mainstream music industry, even though it may seem so sometimes (no matter how much I am against everything that the music industry represents these days). The fact of the matter is that there are artists, worldwide, who aren’t being heard because they don’t fit into some generic compartment that the current music industry has deemed economically viable...